Kent Bazemore did not get any playing time in the Warriors' wins over the Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons.
But the veteran supported his teammates from the sidelines, and busted out some celebrations following a couple of Steph Curry's 3-pointers Tuesday night.
The Warriors highlighted Bazemore's moves in a Wednesday afternoon Instagram post with the caption: "Baze's bench celebrations were in midseason form last night (laughing emoji)."
Draymond Green commented with: "Probably should be on the court doing them though."
It's very safe to assume Draymond -- who hopefully makes his season debut Friday night vs. the Portland Trail Blazers -- believes Bazemore should be in the Warriors' rotation.
"His time is gonna come. I've talked to him about that," Steve Kerr told the media Monday. "He's going to play, it just has to happen organically. Right now, we're trying to figure out who our team is. I know what Kent can do. I've watched him play for years.
"We're trying to take a look at some other guys -- trying to find some rotations. Right now, he's on the outside looking in. But he knows that eventually he'll be in there."
Perhaps as soon as Friday we will see Kerr give Bazemore the nod over Jordan Poole or Mychal Mulder.
But the 31-year-old definitely won't be getting any minutes right now ahead of Damion Lee, who continues to step up and make big plays.